Tourism Sector Is Slowly Coming Back

“In general, tourists still have doubts about traveling.

Mt. Rinjani to reopen for hikers on Aug. 22

Mount Rinjani in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), is scheduled to reopen for hikers on Aug.

The permits must be extended before September 20

The Immigration Directorate General has extended its visa application period to Sept.

Tourism ministry official on govt 'work from Bali' plans

Following news of the government's plans to attract foreigners to work from Bali, an official from the Tourism and Cr

The Plans to Open Bali in September Have Been Postponed

The chairman of The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association in Badung, I Gusti Agung Ngurah Rai Suryawijaya confi

Indonesia still evaluating when to reopen Bali

Indonesia is still evaluating when to reopen Bali and other tourist hot spots to foreign visitors, noting that effort

Indonesia keeps Bali closed to foreign tourists

Indonesia will remain closed to foreign tourists at least until the end of the year, a senior minister announced duri

Indonesia will not receive foreign tourists by the end of 2020

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Panjaitan said Indonesia would not open the to

New Rules for the Tourism in Bali

Bali Governor Wayan Koster issued Governor Regulation Number 28 of 2020 concerning Bali Tourism Governance.

New Normal Era, Zero Foreign Tourists

Many hotels and restaurants in the tourist area of ​​Ubud, Gianyar, have chosen to close.

Indonesia pushes for Bali bubble with Australia

Indonesia is prepared to welcome back Australian tourists as early as next month when Bali reopens its borders to int

Government is Assessing the Prohibition for Foreigners

The government is considering revoking Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights Number 11 of 2020 concernin